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New York blast suspect went from limo driver to accused subway bomber

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Bangladeshi suspect in Monday’s pipe bomb explosion beneath New York’s Times Square is an angry former limousine driver who learned to build a bomb on the internet at his Brooklyn apartment, officials said. Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi man who attempted to detonate a homemade bomb strapped to his body at a New York commuter hub during morning rush hour is seen in this handout photo received December 11, 2017. New York ... Full story

This nonprofit collects DNA from relatives of missing migrants in hopes of identifying their remains. Post

Mirza Monterroso, DNA program manager, collects a sample from a Guatemalan woman whose son is missing. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post). The relatives carried photographs, identification cards, anything that might help find the missing. Inside a red-brick church in the nation’s capital, in a small room near a sparkling Christmas tree, they opened their mouths so workers could scrape a sample of their DNA. Three brothers, in black jackets ... Full story

'Worrying alarm call' for world's birds

Image caption Black-legged kittiwake: Colonies are struggling to feed their chicks. Overfishing and changing sea temperatures are pushing seabirds to the brink of extinction, according to new data on the world's birds. Birds that are now globally threatened include the kittiwake and the Atlantic puffin, which breed on UK sea cliffs. Meanwhile, on land, the Snowy Owl is struggling to find prey as ice melts in the North American Arctic, say ... Full story

Why Disney Investors Are Excited About Possible Fox Deal

BLOOMBERG DAYBREAK: ASIA UP NEXT 01:00 BLOOMBERG MARKETS: ASIA 04:00 BLOOMBERG MARKETS: MIDDLE EAST 05:00 BLOOMBERG TECHNOLOGY 06:00 BLOOMBERG DAYBREAK: EUROPE Juliette Saly. Bloomberg News, Reporter. Nejra Cehic. Bloomberg News, Reporter. Yousef Gamal El-Din. Bloomberg News, Anchor 07:30. BLOOMBERG MARKETS: EUROPEAN OPEN. Mark Cudmore. Bloomberg News, Macro Strategist. Steven Saywell. BNP Paribas, Senior Multi-Asset Specialist. Joseph ... Full story

Robots will definitely take our jobs but they might give us better lives in exchange

There’s a lot of experts talking about AI, most of which want you to know robots will destroy nearly a billion jobs in the next twenty years (give or take a decade). But it’s not all bad, some actually predict the integration of machines into the workforce will create jobs . Let’s focus on those. A study conducted in the UK indicated as much , and was enough to convince Labour politician Tom Watson to embrace AI. He told The National Scot :. We ... Full story

Thor The Bengal (@bengalthor) • Instagram photos and videos

188.8k Followers, 2,030 Following, 623 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Thor The Bengal (@bengalthor) Full story

The Guardian view on NHS funding: hospitals are hurting | Editorial

King’s College hospital in south London. The truth is that London hospitals in general, and King’s in particular, have historic funding challenges and also face particular difficulties in recruiting and retaining top-class managers. Photograph: Andy Hepburn/PA. ob Kerslake has been a big figure in public service for most of the past 20 years. He was a successful chief executive of Sheffield city council, before he was enticed to Whitehall where ... Full story

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Tesla stock jumps to defy impending ‘death cross’ chart pattern

Tesla Inc.’s stock surged to a six-week high on Monday, climbing above two widely followed moving averages for the first time in weeks, in apparent defiance of an impending bearish technical event known as a “death cross.”. The electric car maker’s shares TSLA, +4.37% ran up 4.4%, to close at the highest level since Oct. 31. They closed above the 200-day moving average for the first time since Nov. 1, and above the 50-day moving average for the ... Full story

Just seven words are keeping a Brexit deal afloat for all sides | Gaby Hinsliff

‘David Davis suggesting on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show that the deal wasn’t binding and therefore perhaps not all that meaningful.’ Photograph: Handout/Getty Images. othing is agreed until everything is agreed. If those seven words don’t already inspire a powerful urge to throw something at the wall, then don’t worry, they will soon enough. This phrase is fast emerging as the new “Brexit means Brexit”, a kind of gnomic verbal chaff thrown up ... Full story

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